Tag Archive: Maui guidebook

Lahaina, Maui: The more things change, the more they stay the same

In 1802, his immense eminence King Kamehameha the Great, fresh from battles that made him ruler of all the southern islands, made Lahaina his capital city and kicked back here for years while… Continue reading

Lahaina State of Mind

Maui’s Lahaina has the perfect beaches, historical sites, and a fun run of shops and restaurants—adding up to one of Hawaii’s best walk-around towns.  Baby Beach (above) has good snorkeling and plenty of… Continue reading

High as a kite at Maui’s Kanaha Beach Park

Just 5 minutes out from a side road from the airport in Kahalui gets you to a happening beach that’s pracitically unknown to tourists.

#LetHawaiiHappen

One of the most easily accessible wild beaches on Maui is Baldwin Beach. It’s best for long walks and wave play. Locals love it, so do kids. It’s close to Paia so you… Continue reading

Maui’s BIG and LITTLE beaches

Though throngs of tourists and locals fill several huge lots at Makena State Park, the beaches retain a wide-open and wild vibe, with fine sand, foamy waves and a backshore that rests below… Continue reading

Somewhere over the Maui rainbow

The Maui Trailblazer guidebook’s new sing-along trailer: enjoy the ride

Inspiration and Direction: The Maui Book

  Publication Date: March 9, 2012 A guide for families and outdoor adventurers alike, Maui Trailblazer 2012 covers all of the island, and includes day trips to the neighboring islands of Molokai, Lanai,… Continue reading